Six for Sunday: Bookfest Haul

Happy Sunday! I mentioned I was going to go to the Lifeline Bookfest this weekend and as usual – I came home with quite a haul. But surprisingly this time I walked away with no fiction books. I love going to Bookfest and seeing what they have on offer. And it’s always amazing when you …

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(Alpha and Loving it): Tracker’s End by Chantal Fernando

Chantal Fernando delivers another red hot biker romance in Tracker’s End. Good girl Lana is the sweet, innocent one. Tracker is the big bad biker boy with all the tattoos that go along with being a member of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club. But what they have in common is intense attraction. Conflicted between wanting to protect …

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(Challenge): 1987 Bestselling Novels…. and have they stood the test of time?

As much as I love reading new releases, there are times when I crave a well-written novel which has stood the test of time. The other day as I was busy working (aka. procrastinating online) I came across a list of the New York Times best sellers the week I was born. It turns out …

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You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan

You Know Me Well is a book about friendship, love and taking chances. Teens Mark and Kate may seem to have nothing in common. He’s a shy jock hopelessly and unrequitedly in love with his oblivious best friend. She’s an artistically driven college bound senior who is waiting for her best friend to set her up …

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Happy People Read and Drink Coffee by Agnes Martin-Lugand

Life was good for Diane. She had a thriving literary cafe with a business partner she loved and a family she adored. But when her husband and daughter die tragically, a part of Diane died with them. After a year of closing herself up in her house and refusing to go back to her former life, …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite 2016 Releases (so far!)

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Top Ten Favourite 2016 releases so far. Now I’ve been a little out of it this year in terms of reading but here at …

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Star Struck by Jenny McLachlan

Pearl isn’t above some dirty tactics to get what she wants. And what she wants is to be Juliet in the school’s modern production of Shakespeare’s classic play. When the part is given to new girl Hoshi, Pearl resorts to some interesting schemes to get her new nemesis to quit. Since starting the Ladybird series, …

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Sunkissed by Jenny McLachlan

Spending the summer in Sweden would be a lot of people’s idea of a dream vacation. But not for Kat. After she is caught in a compromising position her parents decide the best punishment is to send her to stay with her auntie for a few months. And to make things worse, not only is Kat being exiled from England but …

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High Season by Nacho Figueras (with Jessica Whitman)

Georgia Fellowes is a vet from a small town who dreams of something more for herself. When she uncharacteristically accepts an invitation from her best friend for a week in the sun, she never imagined where it would lead. Designer outfits, exclusive parties and some of the most expensive horses on the planet – Georgia is in …

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Book Review: A Toaster on Mars by Darrell Pitt

It started out like a typical day for Blake Carter. That was until he got attacked by a musical instrument, met Agent Nikki Steel (his new cyborg partner) and had his daughter Lisa kidnapped by criminal mastermind and infamous villain, Bartholomew Badde. With things going from Badde to worse, Blake, Nikki and Blake’s ex-wife Astrid team …

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